Solgen Energy awarded Shoalhaven City Council solar power contract
As part of their commitment to be a sustainable council, Shoalhaven city council is expanding the existing solar power systems at the Sussex Inlet Aquatic Centre and the Ulladulla Leisure Centre.
The Council’s aim is to enhance, manage and maintain Shoalhaven’s distinct and exceptional natural environment by supporting biodiversity, planning for the future impacts of climate change and population expansion and pursuing innovative and ecologically sustainable policies and approaches to development and community living. (source: )
The Aquatic Centre will be fitted with an additional 28kWp solar electric system and the Ulladulla Leisure Centre will increase by an additional 14.5kWp . The additional solar power systems will increase the combined system peak capacity to 42.5kWp.
Both solar system expansions will include ET Solar 250W Polycrystalline modules and SMA Solar Technology Inverters.
This Shoalhaven City Council solar power project is set to be finished this winter.